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Fact: It is a common belief that low fat or skim milk should be used to brew coffee with great texture. However, this is not true, because to make coffee that is creamy and appears delicious, you should always use full cream milk. Skim milk is preferred by many because it is easier to foam, as compared to full cream milk. However, if it is a good quality drink you seek, which looks and tastes thick and luscious, then you should opt for full cream milk.
The monks found it very useful as it helped them to stay awake for their ceremonies that went on throughout the night. The Arabs were considered to be the first to cultivate it. They even began the trade. The first plant is said to have come from the shores of the Red Sea. Coffee beans were actually considered to be a food in the olden days. The cherries were minced together and then mixed with the rest of the food. It was only in the 11th century that these beans were developed into a hot drink.
We all know that there are different variants of coffee, as a beverage. Both cold and hot coffee drinks are equally popular. In case of the cold variant of coffee, the terms 'iced coffee' and 'cold coffee' are often used interchangeably. Initially, iced coffee denoted hot-brewed coffee, that was served cold. Later, cold-brewing of coffee was introduced. Now, most of the popular hot coffee types are available in cold forms. Likewise, cold coffee used to refer to the cold versions of coffee made with milk. This drink is very popular in many countries, like India and Australia. Many other ingredients are added to enhance its flavor and texture. They include ice cream, syrups, vanilla extract, and cocoa powder.
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